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The Bicycle Shop
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Jahnobi Das

Liberal Arts Major(s): Psychology
Minor: Information Sciences and Technology for Labor and Employment Relations
Hometown: Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

What was the best part of your experience?

One of the best parts of my experience so far was managing the company website and having the opportunity to create the shop's staff page. This gave me the chance to interview each and every member of the company and learn about what got them interested in the biking industry, how they began their careers, and the years of experience that they had. Having the opportunity to talk to each person taught me more about the company's culture and how it has been kept successfully running throughout the years.

I learned a lot about how members of a company make up that organization's culture and how much of a contribution each and every individual makes to keep a business successfully running

How did this experience impact you academically?

This experience impacted me academically because I learned some effective interpersonal skills by communicating better with others in the workplace. I also developed better writing skills because I had to pay close attention to detail with what I was writing for the website page and ensure that there were no errors. Along with that, I also learned some skills on how to edit a website and manage pages.

How will this experience impact your career goals?

This experience will certainly impact my career goals in a positive way. I learned a lot about how members of a company make up that organization's culture and how much of a contribution each and every individual makes to keep a business successfully running. In the future, in my career, these are key things that I will remember and take into account in my own workplace.

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